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The former officials said the mayor expressed concern about the optics of a direct transaction with Manchester in the September 2016 meeting.
Heightened security, and worry about the optics or effectiveness of protests in the wake of the Capitol attack, shrunk to nearly nothing yesterday.
Pickle confirmed the account of former Capitol Police chief Steven Sund, who previously told The Post that when he suggested bringing in the Guard, Irving responded that he was concerned about the “optics” of such a move.
Fiber optics helped bring this article to whatever device you’re reading it on.
The optics in a pair of binocs are “probably about as good” as the telescope Galileo used to discover Jupiter’s moons, Cuzzi says.
I set one to work on ASTERIA’s optics, another on precision pointing, a third on communications.
Critics said the university focused on the optics of safety, and they worried that some faculty felt pressured to teach in person.
On-screen arrows show you exactly how to move the optics in order to home in on the desired outer-space object.
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SDPD is at least aware of the optics of putting weapons of war above the heads of people at home.
His works on optics included an analysis of the physics of rainbows.

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